How an automobile engine works, why gasoline and air is explosive, how the carburetor of an automobile works, and how the auto engine is cooled are explained in terms of experiments that children can do themselves. This film can be purchased on DVD and higher quality versions of the film can be purchased for stock footage purposes. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Shows how a fifth grade teacher systematically studies the differences in background, abilities and needs of the children in her room. In this process she uses the following techniques--observation, accumulative records, behavior journals, discussion with other teachers, parent interviews and staff conferences. This film can be purchased on DVD and higher quality versions of the film can be purchased for stock footage purposes. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Dramatizes a story about a little boy who would rarely smile and was always grouchy because he felt he was not liked. Tells how his classmates discovered he was a fine musician and helped him to realize that others did care for him after all. ( 1 reviews )
A hilarious spoof on readers and non-readers as seven Dutch authors watch people do everything but read: they throw books, walk on them and sit on them. But the joy one young man finds in reading is contagious and the film ends happily for all. Uses the styles of well-known film directors and Seurat's famous painting, "Sunday in the park," for a take-off point. The relationship between the author and his public is also emphasized Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Satire, Libraries Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation